OneZo Opening Second Boba Tea Shop in Alpharetta

The Taiwan-founded brand claims to be the first in the world to make tapioca balls on-site.
OneZo Opening Second Boba Tea Shop in Alpharetta
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OneZo, a boba tea brand, is opening a second Georgia location at 5530 Windward Pkwy in Alpharetta. According to lease intel, it will occupy suite 320a, a 1,200-square-foot space in the shopping center there.

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OneZo’s only other Peach State location is in Duluth at 3580 Breckinridge Blvd.

Founded in Taiwan and established in 2015, the brand makes high quality milk teas with unique house-made boba. It prides itself on being fresh, creative, and excellent. “Our pursuit of excellence comes with our endless effort on hoping to improve our drinks and boba. We love boba and we will never stop exploring,” a statement on the brand’s website reads.

OneZo sets itself apart from other boba brands by being the “first café in the world” to make its own boba in-store. The brand decided to do this so guests could experience how fresh boba tastes. Although OneZo’s boba does not have the typical long shelf life as other bobas, it’s fresh take has garnered the brand some press and a serious following. The brand has partnered with Nike and even invited NBA star Kyrie Irving to a shop to experience making tapioca balls and handmade drinks during his visit to Taiwan in 2017.

The brand has established a presence in six countries in just two years. Outside of Georgia, OneZo has U.S. locations in California, Massachusetts, New York and Texas.

The Duluth location offers a variety of drinks including Assam Black Tea, Orange Fruit Tea and Brown Sugar Dirty Oolong Latte.

No word yet on what the Alpharetta location will offer or when it will open.

Danita White

Danita White is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. Born in Georgia and raised in Texas, she reports on new and forthcoming businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth markets.

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